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Old 06-25-2010, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default Truggy to buggy shocks

Hi, I just got back into rc after a few years. Used to race and bash stadiums. Always liked buggies though. I just picked up a used Ultra LX 1. Its mostly stock with a new motor and am trying to upgrade it a little to improve handling/performance. I will be driving this on the track, not competitively but towards friends. I have a few questions.

I know usually truggy shock are a bit longer, but I was wondering if Ofna Hyper St Pro truggy shocks would fit on an Ultra LX1 and still function correctly? I cant find any specs on the length.

What is the prefered suspension setup out there? (PBS, c-hub, etc)
Could/should I switch this from another Ofna buggy/would it be worth it?

These are some things im planning on getting regardless.
Hitec 645MG servo
Receiver pack
Hardened front brace

What other upgrades or modifications are main worries? Any other suggestions are appreciated. I hope get this thing performing a little better by some simple and cost friendly mods. Thanks alot!..
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